Held April 16-20 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, this year’s RSA Conference included 42,000 attendees, 700+ speakers, and 600+ companies on the expo floor – all sharing their views about today’s information security challenges and how to solve them. But collectively as the security industry, do we have a clear strategy to win the war against malware and hackers?
On February 6, 2018, OPSWAT and its partners hosted a very successful Cyber Security Seminar in Herzliya. About 200 people joined executives and business leaders from OPSWAT and its Israeli partners Bulwarx and eBusiness Design to hear presentations about today’s security challenges and the powerful technologies that can be used to combat advanced cyber security attacks. Attendees were also able to make valuable connections with other security professionals who “work in the trenches”.
On March 20th of this year, OPSWAT participated in the ninth Nordic-Baltic Security Summit held in Tallinn, Estonia. It included 200+ attendees, 20+ speakers, and 10+ exhibitors from different countries around the globe – all sharing their expertise and thought leadership related to keeping critical infrastructure and data assets safe.
Come join us at this year’s RSA Conference, “where the world talks security.”
From April 16-20, San Francisco’s Moscone Center will be teaming with information security executives and cyber security professionals, to learn from each other, explore new ideas, and share useful information about current and future cyber challenges.
OPSWAT CEO and founder Benny Czarny delivered a keynote speech at Cybertech in Tel Aviv, Israel, on January 31, 2018. Cybertech is the most significant conference and exhibition of cyber technologies outside the U.S. The event brings together cyber industry experts and government leaders from around the world to discuss strategies for addressing wide-ranging challenges in the cyber realm.
OPSWAT announced today a major rebrand of its product offerings, positioning, and messaging. The comprehensive rebrand presents the company’s robust threat prevention solutions for enterprises in a simple, effective, and elegantly obvious way, via a new logo, UI, and products, with a redesigned website to follow.
Zero-day attacks are no longer limited to hacker groups and companies; governments have been exploring the use of offensive zero-day capabilities. In fact, state actors, including the U.S., are some of the biggest customers for new zero-day attacks. Recently, the Israel Ministry of Defense expressed interest in advanced vulnerabilities and zero-day exploits R&D for use by its law-enforcement and security agencies, and other countries are almost certainly seeking similar capabilities.